Carrington Schools Welcome New Staff; Construction Updates

 

CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Carrington School District Superintendent Brian Duchscherer has provided the latest happenings for the schools.

Duchscherer reports that the district has filled all teaching vacancies and are ready staffed for the 2017-18 school year.

Other hiring’s include new counselor, first grade teacher, second grade teacher, special education teacher, art teacher for both elementary and high school, music department and business education.

Duchscherer also gave the latest on construction happening in the district and says individuals are starting to see a lot of physical progress.

He says they are now moving into the main portion of the new elementary school with the new footings being poured and the foundations being set. He says a lot of work has been done since the project began in April.

Duchscherer says they are looking at working on student parking moving forward. He says the main project has remained on schedule. He says the deadline is still around July or August to complete the project.

School board meetings will also start being held at 5 PM, moving it back one hour from last year.

Listen to a full interview with Superintendent Brian Duchscherer and KDAK AM 1600’s Greg Grenz below:

Photo courtesy of the Carrington School District.

Photo courtesy of the Carrington School District.


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